What sort of collaborations between geography and anthropology when teaching in schools ? (And not only) For what purposes anthropological methods, concepts are important to be taught when we teach geography ?
What sort of collaborations between geography and anthropology when teaching in schools ? (and not only) This panel will search to explore the different forms of collaborations that (may) exist between geography and anthropology when geography is taught as a discipline to the future generations (elementary, secondary but also post-graduate schools or university) and when anthropology has to find a better place. We invite proposals for papers exploring research-oriented, theoretical papers, historical practices, creative collaboration, practices testimonies in relation to the way we teach geography and/or anthropology. Here are some questions in relation with this panel that we would like to address : What empirical and theoretical methodologies are used to permit this collaboration by the teachers ? For what questions do the teachers use concepts, methodologies from the anthropology when they teach geography ? Why is it important to use anthropological method, concepts, questions when we teach geography ? What are the actual geographic themes taught in the schools that have an anthropological background (for instance, the geographic notion of "l'habiter" in the french primary school program) ?
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